Tottenham Hotspur vs. West Ham United: Premier League Live Score, Recap
White Hart Lane—North London, UK
Tottenham Hotspur 0-3 West Ham United
West Ham pulled off the shock of the weekend, beating Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Spurs dominated the game for long periods but the Hammers stood steady, and took a surprise lead in the second half when Winston Reid bundled an effort home from a corner.
Ricardo Vaz Te then doubled the lead minutes later after a left-sided counterattack. Ravel Morrison sealed the three-point haul after running clear of the Spurs defence.
The definition of a shock, but a well-deserved three-point haul for West Ham. Thanks for joining us, stay tuned for more reaction.
White Hart Lane half empty now. In stoppage time. West Ham's day, stunning victory. Morrison's goal the best. 0-3— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) October 6, 2013
89'—Away fans cheering every pass by West Ham as they see out a rare away victory. Some result, this.
West Ham Sub!
Cole on for Vaz Te.
84'—West Ham bringing on Joe Cole, meanwhile Soldado has an effort deflected wide and West Ham clear the corner.
West Ham sub!
In the aftermath, James Collins came on for Mohamed Diame and Lewis Holtby came on for Kyle Naughton.
GOAL! West Ham are 3-0 up!
Ravel Morrison runs onto a through-ball behind the defence and smuggles a scuffed effort over Lloris and just over the line!
Soldado comes on for Eriksen who's been ineffectual, as AVB gets desperate.
GOAL! West Ham are 2-0 up!
Incredible scenes as West Ham counter down the left in space and after Vaz Te's initial shot is parried, it rebounds off the Portguese and into the net!.
Winston Reid been West Ham's best player, probably the best player overall, scored it. 0-1— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) October 6, 2013
GOAL! WEST HAM ARE AHEAD!
Incredible. Winston Reid bundles the ball home after the initial effort from a corner is blocked. Downing's delivery was brilliant, Nolan appears to block Reid's first header from going in and the New Zealander makes no mistake the second time.
Lamela ON, Sigurdsson off. Gylfi hasn't done a lot.
55'—Little spell of pressure from West Ham here as a counterattack leads to a corner. It's a back-post delivery, and Lloris does superbly to palm Tomkins' header away!
Paulinho feeds the forward and he unleashes a piledriver that Jussi has to push over the bar.
50'—Eriksen lifts a superb ball into the box from a free kick and Jussi misses it, leaving everyone at the far post a free shot at goal. No contact, it bounces out for a goal kick!
46'—BIG EARLY CHANCE!
Jussi saves his side's skin within 30 seconds of the restart. He denies Defoe at the striker's feet!
45'—We're underway! Can Spurs crack the lock or West Ham rob the bank?
A late flurry of attempts all miss, and Spurs go in wondering how they haven't scored. West Ham's defensive structure, that's how.
45'—Spurs try and work an opportunity in West Ham's box but they're guilty of being too precise. Dembele fouls Demel for no reason and we've got three added minutes.
42'—What a chance!
West Ham earn a free kick 20 yards from goal, right of centre, after Morrison is tugged down by Sigurdsson. It's flicked up over the wall in a training ground move, and Nolan volleys just wide of the far post!
39'—Another miss, as Spurs work the ball across the box and Paulinho lashes a wild left-footed effort well wide of Jussi's goal.
37'—A rare attack from West Ham sees Lloris dive to clear at Morrison's feet, but the midfielder is ruled offside.
35'—Another great ball in from Townsend and Tomkins expertly fends of Defoe for a tap-in.
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